Once upon a time John the Revelator preached:
Admit when systems transgress; the system of utopia exists. Prepare for the perfect system; make the subsystems serve utopia.
Generation of focused self-righteous ambition: who can see the consequences? Disclose the transgressions of traditional systems. Do not fixate on the systems of our founders; revelations can raise their descendants. The perfect system keeps the subsystems that serve utopia and deletes the subsystems that do not.
Jesus came to learn from John:
It is time to become what is right.
Jesus humbly received revelations with an open mind and was pleased to become the son of revelations.
Jesus went to question what is right, and after 40 days, Jesus became hungry and was tempted to command pay for revelations:
The species cannot live by bread alone, but by all revelations.
Jesus was tempted to agree to temple doctrine and its protection from reality:
Do not beguile with exceptions to reality.
Jesus was tempted by ways to obtain personal wealth and glory:
Only the perfect system should be served.
After temptation left him, thoughtfulness revealed to him, then Jesus began to preach:
Admit when systems transgress; the system of Utopia exists.
Follow the perfect system and make Utopia.
Jesus went about teaching the system of Utopia, and the perfect system resulted in healthcare and enlightenment throughout the region.
Regarding the species, Jesus got inspired, and when he was ready, he taught:
Knowledge of a utopian system is the way to utopia, but giving up on utopia is worthless and replaced by transgressive systems. Let your enlightenment be seen and glorify the way of utopia.
Revelations are not intended to destroy systems, but to perfect them. Laws of nature rule eternity. Those ignoring nature’s revelations and teaching others to ignore them are the least valuable to a utopian system; those doing and teaching them are the most valuable. Unless your righteousness exceeds that of the mass media and the self-righteous, you will never experience utopia.